KJV Dictionary Definition: perfume
PERFU'ME, n. L. per and fumus, smoke, or fumo, to fumigate.
1. A substance that emits a scent or odor which affects agreeably the organs of smelling, as musk, civet, spices or aromatics of any kind; or any composition of aromatic substances.
2. The scent, odor or volatile particles emitted from sweet smelling substances.
No rich perfumes refresh the fruitful field.
PERFU'ME, v.t. To scent; to fill or impregnate with a grateful odor; as, to perfume an apartment; to perfume a garment.
And Carmel's flower top perfumes the skies.
PERFU'MED, pp. Scented; impregnated with fragrant odors.
PERFU'MER, n. He or that which perfumes.
1. One whose trade is to see perfumes.
PERFU'MING, ppr. Scenting; impregnating with sweet odors.